Arup has been handed a major role in the redevelopment of Tottenham around the new Spurs stadium.
A consortia led by the engineering giant has been appointed to prepare the Tottenham Investment Framework and Regeneration Strategy.
The project, for Haringey Council and the Mayor of London, includes detailed masterplan studies for the new football stadium, the high street and housing estates renewal.
It is a key plank of the rebuilding process for the north London suburb, which was damaged by riots in 2011.
The Arup team includes Jones Lang LaSalle, S333, Useful Simple, Playspace, Wolff Olins and Landolt Brown, Zero Zero and Space Syntax.
Arup director Jerome Frost said: “From upgrading transport systems to reinvigorating currently abandoned open spaces and delivering new homes, the opportunities are considerable and the residents of Tottenham deserve a thriving and flourishing community.
“We are also keen to look at other aspects, such as schools and colleges, which might see this as an opportunity to get involved in the re-engagement of communities in their own neighbourhoods.”